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It is not worth replacing the board as a new laptop is possibly cheaper. Could be an issue with the heat sink compound drying out and not taking the heat away correctly from the uProcessor. It may be fluff build up in the heat cooler!
install a new operating system using dark edition win xp profetional and install the given board drivers and then try. if not you try to check where the pin is to be inserted and see if it is loose then try the person who nows electronics to fix it back for you
It should be one of these http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_modItemList.jsp?BV_SessionID=%40%40%40%400549524140.1216395241%40%40%40%40&BV_EngineID=cccgadeejgiiflmcgfkceghdgngdgnj.0&ModelDLOS=Windows+XP%7C132594&ModelDLCat=Sound%7C105517&BV_SessionID=%40%40%40%400549524140.1216395241%40%40%40%40&BV_EngineID=cccgadeejgiiflmcgfkceghdgngdgnj.0&ListType=&ct=DL&moid=&rpn=&OrderBy=D&PublicStartIndex=0&PrivateStartIndex=0&PublicCutOff=&PrivateCutOff=&AddOldPublicItems=false&AddOldPrivateItems=undefined&all_docs=false&x=40&y=10
You may need to research the site for Your model number of notebook, but many use the same sound drivers
Ok you follow this step to check about sound under your device manager
1.Click start-->settings-->control Panel
3.is system windows,click on hardware tab
4.Click on Device Manager
5.Check under sound,video and game controller to see that
your device is working properly or not.
** if device have problem normally it will be listed under "other devices", notice any device is in that group.
if you are using windows xp operationg system, use system restore, to restore your system seting by choosing start menu, all programs, asccessories, system tools, system restore. then pick the date where your soundcard was work fine, let your pc restart. done.